Student organizations are a great way for students to get involved on campus. Many of our organizations focus on specific student interests. Emory & Henry currently has six special interest groups. These groups are always looking for new members!
The Emory Activities Board (EAB) brings fun and exciting campus-wide events to the community. From concerts, formals, and hypnotists to off-campus trips to Dollywood and the Biltmore Estate, EAB adds excitement to campus life for everyone. EAB has open membership and all students are able to join.
President: Mary Grace Hankins
Advisor: Joshua von Castle
This program is available to the entire E&H community. The goal of the Adventure Program is to responsibly introduce the E&H students, faculty, and staff to the wonders of silent sports: hiking, backpacking, rock climbing,paddling, cross-country skiing, and biking. Silent sports avoid motorized assistance, requiring, as cross-country skiing, one to ski up the mountain in order to ski down. Silent sports are fun and exciting, but they are not extreme, and they offer much more than just entertainment. Outdoor adventure builds confident, responsible, and thoughtful individuals. Outdoor Adventure Programs are advertised electronically through The Scoop.
The Outdoor Leadership Program is for students who want to develop advanced skills and certification. Participants choose a discipline in climbing, paddling, or long distance backpacking, and through a goal oriented process, gain the experience and competence to lead their own adventures.
Director: Prof. Jim Harrison
Composed of residential students, the RHA strives to improve the quality of living in residence halls and to maintain a living environment compatible with the educational goals of the College.
President: Kallie Scott
Advisor: Kyle Cutshaw
The E&H Greens leads the college community toward a sustainable human habitat through conservation, educational programs and the promotion of simple living. Students lead trips, bring in speakers and performers, and organize for change.
Advisor: Dr. Ed Davis
Promotes interest and involvement in the Republican party and its candidates.